Think E3 is easy?
I've done 86318 steps,
walked 63.48 kms and
burnt 22521 calories
Collections of indie games pop up every week or so, coming from different groups, showcasing different genres, benefiting different charities. This one has come from the depths of Reddit, featuring games created by community members, and benefiting the advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The creatively titled Game Dev Bundle is available - as most are - as a "pay what you want" model, and features six games. If you've been interested in Cardinal Quest, Girl With the Heart Of, Pitman, Influence, Auralux or Astroslugs, now's your chance!
...and as an added incentive? Spend US$6 or more (or pay in Bitcoins) and you'll also snag a playable prototype of Astroslugs Adventures, and a full copy of The Sun is Deadly, along with an assortment of soundtracks and artwork from the bundled games.
12.5% of your payment will go towards the EFF, and the rest is distributed among the developers. In exchange, you'll get a DRM-free download of the game, plus a code to use on Desura (according to a Reddit user, Steam keys were unavailable).
We also figure it's a pretty sure thing that if you support this one, there are plenty more where that came from.
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